The 55th session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) of the United Nations (UN) closed last month with little fanfare, but there was cause for celebration. For the first time, the CSW, traditionally a forum to examine improvement of women’s rights and gender equality, merged this broad interest with issues of science and technology (S&T). (AWARD is mentioned in this editorial.)
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